Irish Phrase - Níl aon tinteán mar do thinteán féin
A phrase is a group of words that make up a sentence and over the years the Irish have become well known for their amazing gift of constructing some amazing phrases using their natural wit and humor. There are Irish phrases for every occasion and celebration, sad or happy! Learn the translation and meaing of "Níl aon tinteán mar do thinteán féin" hopefully it is suitable for your special occasion! The Irish have an amazing way to describe people, from the liar who is described as being able to "tell lies as fast as a horse would trot" to comparing a chilly day by the following phrase "There's a step-mother's breath in the air". Hundreds of Traditional, Funny, Witty phrases and triads have been included in this section on traditional Irish phrases, you are guaranteed to find something suitable!
Gaelic: "Níl aon tinteán mar do thinteán féin"
English: "There's no hearth like your own hearth"
Meaning/Translation: "There's no place like home"